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  • Henry’s Spork
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    Originally posted by Knowledge View Post
    Like most things with Forrest, the mirrors had more than one meaning. When the kid in Teachers with ropes talks about the picture being reversed is also a hint, that applies.
    It tuned out that the map had to be reversed as well south to the top. Then we have the mirrors, tight focus, dancing with the stars, under a canopy of stars, the night illustrations in TTOTC
    So when you find an observatory run by the school Forrest got the Knowle ge of the past award from, you might want to look around. What do you find that the man who could recite Alice in wonderland, Kirmet Brown a friend of f, Doctor Frison a man f spent months working with and was talked about in the Medium article all worked at the university? The kids digging around Forrest site in N M come from the same school. You do know telescopes use mirrors.
    Warm waters halt where they’re “Frison.”

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  • jan_v60
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    Now let us add SB211 where he broke the casing of his car mirror. But the mirror was still intact. Forrest did this “turn around a tree” 58688 times before. Strange number. So this was the 58689 th time. Mirror this number, that gives 98685. That is 10000 times 9,8685. And that number is nearly pi^2, because the square root of that number is 3,1414 versus 3,1415. (Error=0,003%). What does this mean? That mirroring is the same as turning around a tree, or turn the image by pi radians, just like a rainbow appears to us on a sunny day with rain.
    IMO the references to PI are everywhere in Forrest’s writings. And to find the other end of his rainbow, you should mirror the first end (Jacks end) over pi radians. All IMO and neglecting that some searchers hate numbers in a solution.
    P.S. I did not directly need the mirroring in my solution. But it still is a nice confirmation for me.














    Last edited by jan_v60; 08-28-2022, 05:11 AM.

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  • Tim (ZosoRocks)
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    Originally posted by Sarah Seedling View Post

    Tim your such a reversed stick in the mud sumtimes
    Whatever you mean, is still not an explanation to what you meant by an "admiration chest".

    BTW - a "reversed stick in the mud" is the norm for me....i like the vibe it has....crazy.

    Be safe.
    Good luck.
    Tim

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  • Sarah Seedling
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    Originally posted by Tim (ZosoRocks) View Post

    You wrote:
    "It tuned out that the map had to be reversed as well south to the top."

    Please show the link to the factual data that confirms what you stated.

    Thanks.
    Tim
    Tim your such a reversed stick in the mud sumtimes

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  • Tim (ZosoRocks)
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    Originally posted by Knowledge View Post
    Like most things with Forrest, the mirrors had more than one meaning. When the kid in Teachers with ropes talks about the picture being reversed is also a hint, that applies.
    It tuned out that the map had to be reversed as well south to the top. Then we have the mirrors, tight focus, dancing with the stars, under a canopy of stars, the night illustrations in TTOTC
    So when you find an observatory run by the school Forrest got the Knowle ge of the past award from, you might want to look around. What do you find that the man who could recite Alice in wonderland, Kirmet Brown a friend of f, Doctor Frison a man f spent months working with and was talked about in the Medium article all worked at the university? The kids digging around Forrest site in N M come from the same school. You do know telescopes use mirrors.
    You wrote:
    "It tuned out that the map had to be reversed as well south to the top."

    Please show the link to the factual data that confirms what you stated.

    Thanks.
    Tim

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  • Knowledge
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    Like most things with Forrest, the mirrors had more than one meaning. When the kid in Teachers with ropes talks about the picture being reversed is also a hint, that applies.
    It tuned out that the map had to be reversed as well south to the top. Then we have the mirrors, tight focus, dancing with the stars, under a canopy of stars, the night illustrations in TTOTC
    So when you find an observatory run by the school Forrest got the Knowle ge of the past award from, you might want to look around. What do you find that the man who could recite Alice in wonderland, Kirmet Brown a friend of f, Doctor Frison a man f spent months working with and was talked about in the Medium article all worked at the university? The kids digging around Forrest site in N M come from the same school. You do know telescopes use mirrors.

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  • jan_v60
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    Originally posted by Old Pilot

    Please tell us (preferably by reproducing it) what the question is. Thanks in advance.
    It was an observation. If you like questions:

    1. Do you think that mirrors or mirroring contain a hint to a location (clue) in the poem?
    2. If “yes” how should we apply this knowledge in practice?

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  • Sarah Seedling
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    Originally posted by Livinlifebig View Post

    Forrest was telling someone they got it backwards, go the other direction.... Also noted is when he said Ghadi was the first searcher, to me this implies there was a last searches, who finally got turned around in the right direction resulting in SB 210, finding Forrest's church.

    So, they had the correct line, just the wrong direction.
    Dang it all I wished I could see all these things, I must be missing the best parts

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  • Livinlifebig
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    Originally posted by Sarah Seedling View Post
    It’s always 180 degrees out
    Just ask Karl
    what is a rectangle
    just a circle who’s right Angles add up to 360
    Forrest was telling someone they got it backwards, go the other direction.... Also noted is when he said Ghadi was the first searcher, to me this implies there was a last searcher, who finally got turned around in the right direction resulting in SB 210, finding Forrest's church.

    So, they had the correct line, just the wrong direction.
    Last edited by Livinlifebig; 08-04-2022, 12:59 PM.

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  • Sarah Seedling
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    Originally posted by jan_v60 View Post
    This was an answer without content on a question with content.
    Seriously, I can go right straight to it

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  • jan_v60
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    Originally posted by Sarah Seedling View Post
    It’s always 180 degrees out
    Just ask Karl
    what is a rectangle
    just a circle who’s right Angles add up to 360
    This was an answer without content on a question with content.

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  • Sarah Seedling
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    It’s always 180 degrees out
    Just ask Karl
    what is a rectangle
    just a circle who’s right Angles add up to 360
    Last edited by Sarah Seedling; 08-03-2022, 03:37 PM.

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  • jan_v60
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    Scrapbook 202 mirroring

    As I wrote before, IMO, mirroring is a key element in finding the correct hiding area after the poem “could” lead you to 9MH as a rather weak solution. So the 9MH area (or the Dude area) should be mirrored down (look quickly down), around IMO the horizontal WY-axis (in the middle). In that area the poem can have a much stronger solution, that leads you to a mountain with historical native American involvement, and not so far away from the “Fenn Cache” area.
    The weak WWWH is the Madison Junction, the strong one is Evanston, WY….of course IMHO.
    So far, the image posted by Forrest in SB202, did not get too much attention I think. It was part of an incoming mail to Forrest, but I doubt that the author of that mail (a well known journalist) would be so stupid to send a mirrored image to Forrest. Certainly not of the motel Forrest helped to build.
    I just like to stress the attention of searchers to this fact.


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